Der Schoß ist fruchtbar noch, aus dem das kroch
« L'utérus est encore fertile d'où ça a rampé »
- Brecht -

  • geoffrey boulangé
    Hiinterland, Where Have All The Big Trees Gone,
  • geoffrey boulangé
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short
  • Runtime:
    3 minutes 16 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 25, 2018
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    English, French, German, Italian
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Director Biography - geoffrey boulangé

From They (France), geoffrey boulangé studied cinema at ESAV of Toulouse. His first short movie HINTERLAND won the Tiger Award at Rotterdam Film Festival in 2006 and have been selected in many international film festival. He live in Montreal since 2009 where he continue is work at the border of narrative, documentaries and video art.

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Director Statement

This digital movie is part of a series : Portrait-Sommes (Portrait-Sum) which explore portrait of people, contemporary issue and public affairs thru compression of video and audio materials.

l'e-monde is a dark portrait of the XXI century neo-fascism. As Brecht mention :
"The womb is still fertile, from which crept"